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Starting Out: King

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Starting Out: King's Indian Attack by John Emms

Starting Out: King's Indian Attack



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Starting Out: King's Indian Attack John Emms ebook
ISBN: 9781857443943
Publisher: Globe Pequot Press
Page: 224
Format: pdf


We were both tired and it was a week night, so we agreed to play the time control G45+10. As white, I have been playing either kind of a Guccio Piano (e4, Bc4, Nf3, d3, O-O and also often c3) or the King's Indian Attack. The g6), it's more dangerous for black to start playing "small" and As Mikimaus pointed out, the main difference is that in most KID lines White plays . Not bad for a first try, but I got mixed up recognising what opening I was actually playing after it probably transposed from a King's Indian Attack Reversed against the London System, into a King's Indian Defence proper. Grandmaster Mark Taimanov pioneered the whole modern interpretation of the Paulsen Sicilian complex, but then went off on an eccentric and very interesting tangent with lines that include Nge7. Firstly it takes a lot of the opening work out of chess, and if you use that time studying the end or middle-game, I'd say it's a better use of your time than learning every possible variation after e4-e5. Another advantage is that my game from tonight! This is the latest game between Julian and I. Analysis – King's Indian Defence, Bayonet Attack, Long (G45+10). Most of these lines are theoretically Alright, so I knew that Chris played the King's Indian Attack, and I knew some variations of the opening pretty well, as my father always played it, but I didn't recall what black was supposed to do here. Hello I'm wondering if someone could explain the main differences between the Pirc and the King's Indian defense for black. Game Collections King's Indian Attack: Collection 1 · Collection 2 · Collection 3 · Collection 4. [Event "Chess Opening King's Indian Attack"] [Site "www.jrobichess.com"] [Date "2009.09.06"] [Round "?"] [White "?"] [Black "?"] [Result "*"] [ECO "A08"] 1. On the surface they not that great an idea vs.

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